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A CALL FOR TOUGHER GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST CORRUPTION

A CALL FOR TOUGHER GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST CORRUPTION

ANEEJ OFFICIAL POSITION Being a Memo To the UK Anti-Corruption Summit And Abuja Pre-Summit 2016 from the Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ. BACKGROUND British Prime Minister David Cameron is hosting an International Conference on Anti-Corruption on 12 May, 2016. The summit seeks to galvanise global response to tackle corruption. As well as agreeing to a package of […]

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Hannibal Visits ANEEJ!

Hannibal Visits ANEEJ!

Hannibal Visits ANEEJ! Unlike the Hannibal of old, this Hannibal Uwaifo, President of the African Bar Association, AfBA, drove into ANEEJ premises without fanfare. Dressed in a sky-blue kaftan with feet ensconced in a flip-flop, he held a smile that measured his self-confidence and assuredness. In tow with him was the media director of the ABA, Samuel Abasilim, decked in […]

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Implement Public Procurement for South-South development

By Charles Iyare Laws on public Procurement are imperative for good governance, and are designed for the authorities to adequately provide value for money and maintenance of quality procurement standards. They are also geared towards encouraging accountability, competitiveness, and cost-effectiveness. After that Bill (the Public Procurement bill) was signed into law by President Yar’ Adua on the 4th of June […]

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Building new CSO mindset for advocacy

By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku The STAR – System for Transformation and Result – methodology of measuring impact is a change process and a tool suite that seeks to promote sustainable organizational development. It also seeks to address elements of the complex environments in which Civil Society organisations do their work. It is a programme developed by Root Change. Judging from […]

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Defend Rights Defenders, ANEEJ says on World Rights/Anti-Corruption Days

Press Release 3rd December, 2015 Benin City, Edo State…With Nigeria, South Africa, Myanmar, Kenya, and 36 other states and governments haven voted against a UN Resolution seeking to protect human rights defenders, ANEEJ reiterates its belief in the fundamental rights of all men to be equal before the law and in the eyes of God. Human Rights Defenders are activists […]

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Who Will Save The Benin Moats?

By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku The Benin Moats should be the Grand Canyon of Nigeria.  They should be earning reasonable income for the Binis today and commanding the respect of the world. Perhaps it is with this in view that the Guinness Book of Records mentioned them in 1978.  They are believed to have been constructed during the reigns of two […]

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World University Rankings And Nigeria

In most public and private schools in Nigeria, you find more than 50 to 100 pupils in a class, and most are sitting on floors to learn. They have no food, no school uniforms, and the failures of these primary and secondary schools reflect on what is going on in our universities. By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku Last week, I attended […]

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